Last week, Pinterest introduced an exciting new feature that allows the user to add rich content and information to their pins.
The three new types of rich pins include: Continue reading “Pinterest Introduces Rich Pins”
For those ladies (and gentlemen) who can’t get enough beauty products and social media, I introduce to you Trainca.se. Continue reading “Trainca.se: The Social Network for Beauty Mavens”
Have you heard of Pinster? It’s an all-Pinterest analytics tool. It pulls information straight from your Pinterest account and displays it at an at-a-glance overview. Examples of metrics you can see include your best pins of the month, your worst boards, best times to post, and so on. Continue reading “Pinster: Analytics for Pinterest”
The Shift to Visual Social Media: Continue reading “The Shift to Visual Social Media [Infographic]”
Today I discovered a cool new social “network” (or maybe social network aggregator) called RebelMouse. Here, you can connect your Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and other networks to give you a streamlined dashboard that looks very similar to Pinterest. Continue reading “RebelMouse: Combine Your Social Networks Visually”
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love editing photos. I was lucky enough to find an awesome and FREE photo editor, thanks to Melanie Duncan of Entrepreneuress Academy. She gave a webinar on using Pinterest for business, and gave a quick tutorial on PicMonkey.
Here are some basic things you can do on PicMonkey:
And here are some of the more fun things you can do:
This is great for creating dynamic photo content for Facebook, Pinterest, etc. Remember, photos are one of the best ways to drive engagement on your social profiles!
There are many things about Pinterest that I love, so I won’t list them here. It’s addicting, it’s fun, it’s hedonic. Whatever. There ARE a few things about Pinterest that drive me crazy! Of course, I know it is usually the fault of the posters, but I like focusing my blame on the social network itself.
Okay enough complaining. You know I love my Pinterest. These were just a few things that irk me about it and sometimes can drive me away. Do you have any Pinterest pet peeves?
I found this very addicting website/online store called Obaz. It’s actually an affiliate store that sells products from other online stores like ModCloth, West Elm, and other brands you see all over Pinterest. This means that when you click on their links to buy the products, they get a cut. I found it through a pin on Pinterest, and am now quite addicted.
Here’s how it works:
This is a wonderfully crowd-sourced website that encourages its users to interact, pin, lust, and get addicted. Absolutely genius. One of those things that makes you think “Why didn’t I think of that?”. Try it for yourself, and try NOT to get addicted!